The superhero blockbuster Black Panther is undoubtedly a giant leap forward for African-American representation in Hollywood, where it has become the most successful film ever made by a black director or with a mostly black cast.
But what has the movie - which last weekend shot past the US$1-billion (S$1.31-billion) mark in global box-office takings - meant for audiences in Africa, where it has set new records for ticket sales?
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